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id On-Line
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MARCH 10, 2006

If you would like to be considered for priority funding from the campus based programs, you need to have your 2006-2007 FAFSA application on file with the Department of Education by the priority deadline. The federal campus based programs include low interest loans (Federal Perkins, Health Profession Loans, Loans for Disadvantaged Students, and Primary Care Loans) and grants (Federal SEOG).

If you complete a paper FAFSA, it should be mailed to the Department of Education at least 4 weeks prior to March 10 to insure that your processed data is received by the Priority Deadline. If you file using FAFSA on the Web, please allow 10 days for processing. Meeting the Priority Deadline also insures that your financial aid packaged will be processed in time for your enrollment in the Summer or Fall terms. Late applicants must come prepared to meet all expenses related to registration.
MARCH 10, 2006